Apple Explains Why Icahn’s Buyback Proposal Should Be Shot Down

“The company is one of the largest dividend payers in the world and has the largest share repurchase authorization in history.”

QOTD: Open Up the Vault, Tim

Apple is not a bank.

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn, who has filed a shareholder proposal calling for Apple to buy back its own shares on the public market

Icahn to Apple: I Want a $150 Billion Buyback NOW

“In my opinion, any further delay in executing the buyback we hereby propose will reflect [a] lack of expertise on the board.”

Icahn Cashes Out — And Cashes In — On Netflix Stake

Total return: About 457 percent.

Warren Buffett Thinks Apple’s Share Buyback Is Just Fine as It Is

Not a fan of Carl Icahn’s proposal.

Icahn Pledges to Continue Bugging Apple CEO

“I can promise you that I’m not going away until they hear a lot more from me concerning this.”

Icahn Asks Apple CEO for $150 Billion Share Buyback Over Dinner

Activist investor Carl Icahn’s dinner with Tim Cook could end up costing Apple $150 billion.

Apple CEO Tim Cook Will Meet With Carl Icahn Next Week

Looks like Monday’s the day.

Carl Icahn Talking Up Apple Again

The billionaire investor says he bought “quite a bit” of Apple stock Wednesday.

Carl Icahn to Dine With Apple CEO Tim Cook in September

“Planning dinner in September,” tweets Icahn.

Apple Shares Reclaim $500

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